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Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers (1827-1900)

Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum.

Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers (1827-1900)

Lieutenant-General, anthropologist and archaeologist, 1855-1899 in the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum, Salisbury, Wiltshire : with appendices on accompts in the Dorset Record Office and personal letters retained at Hinton St. Mary, Dorset

by Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum.

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Published by Reproduced for the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum by the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts in London .
Written in English

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  • Salisbury
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    • Pitts-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox, 1827-1900 -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs.,
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    • Manuscripts, English -- England -- Salisbury -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementlisted by M.W. Thompson.
      ContributionsPitts-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox, 1827-1900., Thompson, M. W., Dorset Record Office., Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6616.P563 S24 1976, CC115.P57 S24 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 150 leaves ;
      Number of Pages150
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3104797M
      LC Control Number82211194


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Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers FRS FSA (14 April – 4 May ) was an English officer in the British Army, ethnologist, and archaeologist. He was noted for innovations in archaeological methodology, and in the museum display of archaeological and ethnological : Augustus Henry Lane-Fox, 14 April.

Life. Pitt-Rivers was born in London, his birth registered under the surname Fox in Chesterfield. He was a son of Alexander Edward Lane Fox-Pitt-Rivers (2 November – 19 August ) and of his wife Alice Ruth Hermione, daughter of Lord Henry father was the eldest son of Augustus Pitt Rivers, ethnologist and anthropologist and founder of the Pitt Rivers Museum, upon whose.

Lieutenant-General Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers was born in in Yorkshire to a wealthy land-owning family. In he entered the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst and was commissioned into the Grenadier Guards in He fought for a short time in the Crimean War, and served in Malta, England, Canada and Ireland.

Pitt-Rivers Papers. The papers of Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers given to the Pitt Rivers Museum in by his great-grandson Anthony Pitt-Rivers. See here for biography of Augustus Pitt-Rivers, and here for a great deal of information about him and his life's work, including his two collections, the first of which was the founding collection of the Pitt Rivers Museum.

Thompson, M.W. Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt -Rivers () Royal Commission on Historical MSS List 76/75 Thompson, M.W. General Pitt Rivers: Evolution and Archaeology in the Nineteenth Century.

Moonraker Press, Bradford-on-Avon UK. "Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

A flamboyant polymath, General Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers () was influential in four fields during his lifetime: military training, anthropology, archaeology and public education. Yet very little is known about his career, character, or motivation.5/5(2).

Pitt Rivers] Lane Fox, A. 'Excavations at Mount Caburn camp, near Lewes, conducted in and ' Archaeologia 46 pp Thompson, M.W. Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt -Rivers () Royal Commission on Historical MSS List 76/75 Thompson, M.W.

PITT-RIVERS, AUGUSTUS HENRY LANE FOX (–), lieutenant-general, anthropologist, and archæologist, son of William Augustus Lane Fox of Hope Hall, Yorkshire, and his wife Lady Caroline, daughter of John Douglas, eighteenth earl of Morton, was born on 14 April He was known by his father's surname of Lane Fox untilwhen he.

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ISBN (hbk). Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox, LoC No. Title: Antique Works of Art from Benin Collected by Lieutenant-General Pitt Rivers Language: English: LoC Class: NK: Fine Arts: Decorative and Applied Arts, Decoration and Ornament: Subject: Art objects -- Nigeria -- Benin City -- Catalogs Category: Text: EBook-No.

Cited by: 8. Augustus Henry Lane Fox was born at Hope Hall, Yorkshire on 14 April into a wealthy landowning family. He changed his name to Pitt Rivers after inheriting an estate from his great uncle. Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane Fox. Excavations at Cranborne Chase, volumes [of 6] only, first edition, 3 linen-backed.

folding maps and plans, numerous plates, some folding, light spotting, volume 1 in later cloth, joints split, volumes in original cloth gilt, head of spine on volume 2 chipped, with the bookplates of J.F.S.

Stone, Mary and Francis Ollett and Roger Neville Russ. Julian Alfred Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers (16 MarchChelsea, London–12 AugustParis), was a British social anthropologist, ethnographer, and a professor at universities in three countries.

Pitt-Rivers was a great-grandson of the archeologist Augustus Pitt Rivers. This unique collection of ethnographic art, including works from Benin retrieved as bounty by British troops during an expedition inwas stored at the Farnham Museum in Dorset (the more famous part of this collection had been given to the University of Oxford by Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers, and is housed in the Pitt Rivers.

On the discovery of chert implements in stratified gravel in the Nile Valley near Thebes by Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox, ; Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and IrelandPages: Churchill, Clementine, Hart, Bradley W., Pitt-Rivers, George Henry Lane Fox George Pitt-Rivers began his career as one of Britain's most promising young anthropologists, conducting research in the South Pacific and publishing articles in the country's leading academic journals.

Roovesmore Fort, and stones inscribed with Oghams, in the parish of Aglish, County Cork by Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox, Pages: The evolution of culture, and other essays by Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers (Book) 18 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Augustus Henry Lane Fox [later Pitt-Rivers], Catalogue of the Anthropological Collection Lent by Colonel Lane Fox for Exhibition in the Bethnal Green Branch of the South Kensington Museum, JuneParts i and ii (London, ), p.

86 (no. a), also fig. 73 opp. Author: Jeremy Coote. On the death of the sixth Baron in the barony was extinguished but the family property passed under the will of the second Baron to the anthropologist General Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers (), a nephew of John Lane Fox of Bramham (Yorkshire), and thence to his descendants the Pitt-Rivers family of Rushmore (Wiltshire).

William Augustus Lane Fox-Pitt-Rivers born 9 January ,?diedhe joined his father’s Regiment and saw active service in Zulu war of and in Sudan.

Reached rank of Lieutenant-Colonel and was his father’s favourite child. Friend of Robert Baden-Powell, of Scouting fame. (Not sure if I. THE CZECH CONSPIRACY It was Lenin who once said: " Poignardez d'abord l'Espagne et puffs la France." It was the Comintern and the " Internationals "which planned to Bolshevise Spain, not without the complicity of some English politicians.

When plans miscarried, owing to General Franco's victory, Czecho-Slovakia, which had for longFile Size: 4MB. found out about Spencer’s involvement in the transfer of the founding collection during the two research projects I have been involved with about Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers in the late s and from Lewis Henry Morgan () Augustus Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers () He pioneered the technique of total recording and printed descriptions of his meticulous excavations at Cranborne Chase in Southern England, which set a new standard in archaeological publication.

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PITT RIVERS, Augustus Henry Lane Fox. Excavations in Cranborne. Augustus Henry Lane Pitt-Rivers — ‘Tedious as it may appear to some to dwell on the discovery of odds and ends that have, no doubt, been thrown away by t.

Thompson, M.W. Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt -Rivers ( - ) Royal Commission on Historical MSS List 76/75 General Pitt Rivers: Evolution and Archaeology in the Nineteenth Century. He was also at the heart of a more informal ‘Lubbock–Evans’ network of reforming archaeologists and ethnographers, which included Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers and Augustus Wollaston Franks.

25 Although their interests and specific ideas varied, they stood side by side in the battle for human evolution. The Royal Society was one of Cited by: 1. Abstract: This collection consists mainly of manuscripts, correspondence, drawings, and printed material related to the work of British explorer and writer Richard Francis Burton () and his interests in swords, fencing, and Middle Eastern poetry and history.

The collection contains research material and early drafts of Burton's The Book of the Sword and To the Gold Coast. In this manner, the museum’s arrangement would have pre-empted the more explicit evolutionary typological philosophy of Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers, who observed in that ‘when, as in the case of most prehistoric objects and many of the arts of savage nations, the dates cannot be given, then recourse must be had to the sequence Author: Daniel Simpson.

book P etrie outlined the method by which large areas. Catalogue of the correspondence and papers of Augustus. Henr y Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers (1 ), Author: Alice Stevenson.

Ex-library with d/j laminated onto boards, usual labels and stamps, a reading copy £ History. Bowden, Mark Pitt Rivers: The Life and Archaeological Work of Lieutenant-General Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt Rivers, DCL, FRS, FSA Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 7" x 10".

Lane-Fox, Augustus Henry. See: Pitt-Rivers, Augustus Henry Lane-Fox, Lane, Franklin K., Wikipedia; Conservation Through Engineering Extract from the Annual Report of the Secretary of the Interior (English) (as Author) The Letters of Franklin K.

Lane, Personal and Political (English) (as Author) Lane, George Martin, Correspondence relating to papers held at the National Library and curriculum vitae, (File 5) - Box 1 (MS Acc) Papers and correspondence relating to historic heritage and the Australian Heritage Commissoin, (File 6 / part 1 of 2) - Box 1 (MS Acc).

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The donor was Augustus Henry Lane Fox, better known as Col. Pitt Rivers. The Indian collection of archaeological objects, amassed over the succeeding years, forms the subject of this : Bishnupriya Basak. Pitt-Rivers, George Henry Lane Fox, The World Significance of the Russian Revolution (Oxford: B.

Blackwell, ), contrib. by Oscar Levy (multiple formats at ) Romero, Óscar A. (Óscar Arnulfo), Saint, The Violence of Love (Rifton, NY et al: Plough Publishing House, c), ed. by James R. Brockman, contrib. The two little boys in the photograph are the Pitt-Rivers children, Michael and Julian.

Both boys grew up in the West Country of England and were educated at Eton and Oxford. Julian Pitt-Rivers () went on to serve in the Second World War and .LUBBOCK (née FOX-PITT-RIVERS), Alice, Lady Avebury, second wife of John Lubbock, 1st Baron Avebury (). Diary, –8.

The first part was written retrospectively, describing her courtship and marriage at twenty-two to an older widower. Her domestic .